House stenographer outburst – America must decide between God or Freemasonry.

House Stenographer Says Holy Spirit Moved Her to Shout, ‘God Will Not Be Mocked’

A stenographer from the House of Representatives was forcibly removed from the floor Wednesday evening during the vote to end the partial government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling after an odd outburst.
Dianne Reidy, 48, made her way to the Speaker’s Chair while the vote was taking place, “ranting about God, Free Masons and the inability of the nation to serve two masters,” The Washington Times reports.
“Praise be to God,” she said. “He will not be mocked, He will not be mocked. Don’t touch me. He will not be mocked.”
She was also heard saying in an audio recording: “The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God. It never was. Had it been, it would not have been. No. It would not have been. The Constitution would not have been written by Free Masons. They go against God. You cannot serve two masters. You cannot serve two masters. Praise be to God, the Lord Jesus Christ. Praise forever.”
Reidy says the Holy Spirit made her to do it.
“For the past 2 1/2 weeks the Holy Spirit has been waking me up in the middle of the night and preparing me (through my reluctance and doubt) to deliver a message in the House Chamber,” she told Fox News’ Chad Pergram in a statement. “That is what I did last night.”
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4 Responses to “House stenographer outburst – America must decide between God or Freemasonry.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Interesting remake of well known deaths.better than TV turn it off and really learn?

    The Underground – A Hidden Reality and The True Story of Phil Schneider.mp4
    D. Weir

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzWGsO0F3b8

    HETT

  2. Anonymous says:

    Freemasons only have one master, Satan.
    Freemasons are the biggest rogues and thieves in the world.
    Just take note who the 33 degree ones are, they are the worst.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The Holy Spirit made me say it???

    I have observed in my life that the Holy Spirit has (caused or should I say) forced me to say things I would never have said, on three occasions.

    Two were before a City Council and one was before a doctor.

    It took me about twenty years to discern that I was being made to say them by the Holy Spirit for the simple reason I was saying in my head as I spoke:

    “What do you think you are doing? Shut up!”

    Yet I had no ability to do so.

    I was before authorities (Mat.10.19).

    The first two occasions had a very profound influence on my life causing me to leave the 9-5 age 32 in order that I might now be free to serve God.

    The matter of the doctor showed me this professional had no problem with the concept of prophetic utterances which many (including my church) would consider perhaps madness.

    The senior psychiatrists had already deemed me sane it was simply the church who considered me crazy because I was engaged in prophesy and latterly healing of incurable disease.

    Said prophetic utterances were already published and I was only confirming I had been given the same knowledge.

    My experiences of the Holy Spirit taking control of me, in this way, for what must have been all of about 50 seconds in 50 years of life, bares no resemblance to what is being said in this article.

    I suspect this Christian was emotionally charged, by their surroundings and attributed such to the Holy Spirit when indeed is most likely their inner emotions and moral conscience were getting the better of them.

    I am wholly certain that if the Holy Spirit is speaking – it is for a very significant purpose. Let those listening be aware that in the words of the true Christ who Jesus is,

    What is said against the Holy Spirit cannot be forgiven now or ever.

    Mat 12.31-32

    I know many in this age who are damned by this unforgivable sin.

    Therefore if my words are in error I place myself in a position of eternal damnation.

    Though I do make many mistakes, I am confident my words are on this occasion true.

    RabbiT

  4. Anonymous says:

    See the whole unedited version where the grey-haired rep gives her ‘the word’. Flicks the switch.

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